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  • Re: Refer to footnote callout multiple times

    Thanks for your help Eliot and Doug, and sorry for taking so long for me to reply. As you described, I used for example the and referenced it using

    flink.ronny 6 hours ago
  • Re: Refer to footnote callout multiple times

    Seems I screwed up the thread by deleting my reply, trying to clarify that only the "fn callout" disappeared. Thanks for your reply again, this makes things a

    flink.ronny 6 hours ago
  • Re: Refer to footnote callout multiple times

    The behavior you describe is correct: If you put an @id attribute on then it is *never* shown at the point of occurrence but must be referenced by .

    drmacro 7 hours ago
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The dita-users group is dedicated to supporting users of DITA, covering everything from very general to very advanced topics.

The Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) is an XML-based, end-to-end architecture for authoring, producing, and delivering technical information. This architecture consists of a set of design principles for creating "information-typed" modules at a topic level and for using that content in delivery modes such as online help, books, and Web sites.

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